Balance and walking problems can result from orthopedic conditions, neurological disorders, or a number of injuries that involve the joints, muscles, and nerves. Rehab Associates takes a whole-body approach to consider whether issues with the spine, hip, knee or feet contribute to imbalances, and they provide intensive one-on-one care to help patients achieve the greatest independence possible.
Our balance programs focus on strength, endurance, motion, gait training and coordination for safe walking and preventing falls. If you need the assistance of a cane or walker, Rehab Associates therapists will match you with the appropriate device and provide training for safety.
At Rehab Associates, our therapists realize how important balance and walking is for independent living, as well as for work activities, exercise, sports and enjoying life in general. That’s why we provide a range of programs and therapies to evaluate and treat balance disorders.
"My right low back sciatica was painful and slowing me down many days. Standing and sitting were both problematic. Since starting PT I have so much less pain with everyday activities, sitting and standing are not as painful. I definitely feel improved."